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Painting a Field of Flowers Under an Oak Tree with Acrylics in 10 Minutes!

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Today we paint a large oak tree atop a field of beautiful yellow flowers in just about 10 minutes! This is a real time acrylic landscape painting tutorial for beginners.

Hour long lessons & Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/onehourpaintings

Paints:
Primary Yellow (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Primary Blue (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Burnt Umber (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Titanium White (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Mars Black (By: Liquitex BASICS)

Brushes:
Large square headed brush (Artists Loft)
Medium square headed brush (Artists Loft)
Old square headed brush (unbranded)
Medium round headed brush (Artists Loft)

Water:
Um..tap..

Canvas board: 6×8

You can find my book on the essentials of acrylic painting here:
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/496230403/acrylics-for-beginners-the-essentials?ref=shop_home_active_1

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39 Comments
  1. Raneem Jamal says

    hi Ryan I just want to say thank you very much and hope you're doing well
    also I just want to ask If you can draw a real face by acrylic painting in your next video

  2. Consuelo Rivera says

    beautifull painting!!!

  3. Paula Acteson says

    Thank you so much. I've been working with pastels, mostly pastel pencils because I love doing portraits, but I really am a newbie when it comes to art so want to try a new medium. I find your instruction to be extremely helpful, love the real time so that we can follow along with what you're doing. I am TERRIBLE at landscapes but want to learn more so will be trying this out myself instead of just watching LOL. I really would love to try acrylics with portraits – but that's a long way away to try that. Thanks again…so glad I found your channel.

  4. Nan Gustafson says

    Fab tutorials! Love this one. Need to ask what easel are you using? I like that the brackets aren't in the way of the canvas.

  5. Leontine van vliet says

    I love the bright colors, beautiful!:)

  6. sarajones says

    SUPER painting!

  7. Laine Hadlow says

    Lovevyour tutorials and paintings, so inspirational x

  8. Lori Troupe says

    I'm so excited by these beautiful little paintings you do. I love that you use just the basic primary colors, just makes doing them so approachable. Very happy that I finally came in and checked you out. Nice videos.. Thank you..

  9. mooshibe says

    Fantastic! Thanks. Another one to try to do if you don't mind. πŸ™‚

  10. Do Ur Research says

    Magnificent! I love how you they look like you spent hours doing in just 10 minutes! It's such a gift to share your talent with us! It gives inspiration to everyone who paints regardless of what level! Thanks for another great video!!

  11. Philip says

    Very very nice, imho. Utmost thanks and blessings!

  12. S V says

    Thank you for yet another stunning nature painting! You make it look so simple and fun. I eagerly look forward towards your tutorials every Saturday. May I also suggest you to do a tutorial on Pretoria's Jacaranda-lined street, if possible. I am sure you will be able to bring it out beautifully πŸ™‚

  13. peace says

    Wow.

  14. wingslk says

    Nice! When you speak of primary blue, is that more of a cobalt blue? I have only seen primary blue a couple of times but see lots of other blues listed by various companies. Thanks Ryan!

  15. BULLBUSBUTT BULLBUSBUTT says

    Does Acrylic paint do well on 2000 gauge paper? I have no canvas but lots of lining paper , brushes and paint .. most of all I have time and a need to do this πŸ™‚ but would love to try your Technics and apply them into something I can frame and hang in my own home .
    less water? more water? and I love your videos I have only found you recently but watched so many already . keep them coming .

  16. nrkssharps says

    AWESOME TOTALLY AWESOME…. I love following your work,almost as much as I love nature..Thanks you are the best instructor ever.

  17. daisy3471 says

    This is the first of your paintings that I've attempted and I'm so happy with my results! I'm a beginner……this is the fourth painting I've done in my life. Seriously. Thank you for producing short, straight to the point instructional videos. I appreciate that you do it with a limited palette which is easy on my budget and teaches me how to mix paint. My favorite painting channel!!

  18. Linda Vadnais says

    Thank you… love your paintings! Trying hard to learn prospective…

  19. hendy wijaya says

    what brush you use for the leaves and flower, is it bristle?

  20. Rachel John says

    It's just spectacular , thank you for teaching

  21. Wilma Voermans says

    Nice little painting , the change of the tree at the end was a good move! By the way: you said it only three times today πŸ™‚

  22. BentoBoxArt says

    I like when you add the extra bit at the end. Small finishing details definitely complete a painting.

  23. Vladimok Vladimok says

    Quelles marques d'acryliques utilisez-vous ?
    ———————-
    What brands of acrylics do you use?

  24. MythKitty7 says

    I've watched one video after another since discovering you! Watching
    your videos gave me the courage to actually put some paint on the canvas
    for the first time. So far, I like what I'm seeing. I'm painting a
    light-being (some may call this an angel) with a background of stars.
    I'd love to see your interpretation of such a being.

    Currently, I'm using the Liquitex Basic paints, but I'm thinking of purchasing the heavy body paints for added pigmentation and lightfastness. I'd also
    love to figure out which medium I could mix those paints with in order to slow the drying time. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Have you any experience with Joe's Prime Really Good Lightfast Acrylics? They are a really inexpensive, medium-grade paint but I'm hesitant to try them.

    Also, when you're working on a larger piece, do you mix your paints fresh each time or do you store them? I'm wondering if a wet palette is a necessity. So far, I've been able to mix colors during later painting sessions which match the original, but it can be a little time consuming.

  25. Ria22849 says

    Es ist große Klasse

  26. Jedapoo says

    I'm so glad I found this channel! I don't paint all the tutorials, but I always feel inspired to paint by them and I look forward to watching the new ones. lol, then I go on a binge and watch 5+ more of the old ones just because I can't stop…..

  27. BULLBUSBUTT BULLBUSBUTT says

    Thank you very much for your reply Ryan , I will pop out and get a canvas i understand now why any painting i did on the paper looked flat and rubbish. better to not waste my paints πŸ™‚ .. but thank you for your reply x

  28. Dawn Eve says

    Thank you!

  29. jokesapart says

    I love your technique. it's alot easier to follow.

  30. reikibee says

    another awesome painting.. always enjoy watching your lessons, thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful talent.Cheers Mel..

  31. Sierra Leffers says

    Thank you! I tried this tutorial and am very pleased with the results! Thanks for sharing!

  32. Heather Diodati says

    Hi Ryan – I just love your work! One question – do you use a pencil of waterproof pen for your initial drawing? Thanks so much for your wonderful videos!

  33. anne de guernon says

    i really love the way you express yourself with much care for the exact word or expression. someone literate at last! delightful!

  34. Kelly Clayton says

    I have cad yellow med and ultramarine blue. Can i use those instead of the primary?

  35. Doo Baluyut says

    i think i know what paint you use ,you use "pΔ“bΔ“o " because i have watched allmost all your video's and the titanium white, burnt umber, burnt sienna,primary yellow, mars black, transparent vermillon , primary cyan is all the pΔ“bΔ“o paint and i have one at home too

  36. Doo Baluyut says

    i would be so happy if we used the same paint and this is one of my favorite paintings you have ever done and i learnd all lot and sorry fo being curios about the paint thing😊

  37. Nadeem Mian says

    You are a fantastic teacher. I just started painting and done few really good jobs, appreciated very well by my family and friends. One quick question- you use a lot of this "old square headed brush"- now where can I find it or make a brush like that. It sure is very practical!!

  38. pam bradshaw says

    Just wanted to let you know that I love this painting and tutorial. I have watched it at least 10 times over the last several months!!
    You really do show how to create depth and up close in this short painting time. I have watched your other videos and for some reason I keep coming back to this one. It looks easy but shows so much. Would like to see you paint more like this one. Maybe some with houses/barns, fences, pond etc. Keep up the great tutorials.
    Happy Painting! πŸ–ŒπŸŽ¨πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’š

  39. Ranjita Mkpr says

    Now we can make this site life locations in a very easy way

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